SAN DIEGO -- Retailers may hold all the cards when it comes to their frequent shopper programs, but brand marketers can use them effectively to promote and to gather market intelligence. "For manufacturers, there is an opportunity to use frequent shopper data to identify customer groups," said John Lucke, manager of data-base marketing at DCI Cardmarketing, Manasquan, N.J. Uses for the data include promotion analysis, target marketing campaigns and marketing research, he said, speaking at ...

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